Was checking out the local pediatric dentist's website and was shocked to see:
Preventing Dental Decay
DO NOT permit your child to nurse passively on the breast or bottle while sleeping. DO NOT put your child to bed with a bottle containing juice, soda, tea, formula, etc. If a bottle must be continued, fill it only with water. Your child should be weaned, and solid foods introduced into his diet, soon after the first birthday. This is a critical time in teaching your child to eat healthful foods.
Child should be off the bottle or breast by first birthday, unless pediatrician feels otherwise.
Obviously I won't be using this dentist as I plan on nursing DD until she decides to wean AND she nurses to sleep. Granted, I'm definitely going to start brushing her teeth after dinner, but I've read that breastmilk doesn't hurt teeth. Am I wrong?